Our model is broken down in 3 parts to define how we intend to help the transition process, and ultimately, each young woman’s ‘walk to freedom’. Employment, Education and Empowerment are all crucial, and they all work together in our goal of seeing those that come through our door, leaving as a whole, happy, healthy and restored woman.
Employment…that gives them skills and a purpose – As a part of our model to equip, support and empower, survivors are taken on as paid trainees. Our aim is to provide various vocational skills and introduce them to a more formalised workplace that will ensure they are prepared for their transition into community life.
Education…that gives hope and understanding – Every day as the trainees come together, we want to not only expand their vocation skills but also their knowledge. So for one hour in the morning, time is set aside to for tailored education lessons to equip our trainees to take on the world. Numeracy, literacy and life skills that she will carry with her wherever life may take her!
Empowerment…that gives them confidence and value as individuals – We want empowerment to be ingrained in all aspects of our model as it is an important pathway in developing our goals and vision for the young women in our care. We hope to see them live life to the fullest and be at the forefront of partaking in decision making which impacts their own lives.